years in the making, this is the 2002 debut CD that started The
Flood on a rollercoaster ride.
Released on the Braxton Recordings label, the album was recorded
in two sessions in Charleston, West Virginia, during the summer
of 2001. The recordings were engineered and mixed by the incomparable
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Sample Before You Buy?
any of the titles below to hear a sample of that track
are some other CDs by members and friends of The Flood that you
might be interested in. Just click the picture of an album cover
below for details.
Rather Be Flooded.Here's
the latest product of The Flood's finding its way to the studio,
a disc full of surprises, from the band's first "live in
concert" track to the introduction of the vocal stylings
of Michelle Walker, from the the recording debut of Doug's bluesy
guitar and lively mandolin and Chuck's mellow tenor guitar to
the introductory of Joe's original composition, "Vandalia
1937 Flood Plays Up a Storm. Here's the second release
from the original old boy band. The album features everything
from "Summertime" to "Any Way She Done It,"
from "Birth of Blues" to "Moonshine in Those West
and the Flood. Fiddler extraordinaire Joe Dobbs serves up
a wonderful collection of old favorites, from "Star Dust"
and "Georgia on My Mind" to "Mack the Knife"
and "Autumn Leaves," all with the help of The 1937 Flood.
Fiddles and Favorites. Two of West Virginia's finest fiddle
players -- Joe Dobbs and Buddy Griffin -- team up for a wonderful
collection of new, old and traditional songs. Highlighted by exceptional
twin fiddle arrangements.
Dobbs Plays Old Time Fiddle Tunes. Here Joe serves up a nice
selection of reels, hornpipes and other traditional fiddle tunes,
backed on hammered/mountain dulcimers by Mary Faith Rhoads and
guitar/banjo work provided by Dennis Dobbs. Originally recorded
in Wayne County, W.Va., in 1979.